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Re: PHP-Nuke new development direction (part 2) (Score: 1)
by bohrme on Saturday, March 06 @ 23:44:25 CET
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One thing i DO NOT want to see is tools that work only for a particular platform (e.g., Windows). I think your ideas are great but unless it's written in Java or at least with portability in the basic design of the code, site admins who do not use that particular platform are screwed.

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Re: PHP-Nuke new development direction (part 2) (Score: 1)
by revspalding on Friday, March 12 @ 21:15:03 CET
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I agree with both of the responses so far. I'm not trying to limit the idea to the Windows platform. I don't have any experience with anything else, so I'm not qualified to ding them. I guess I believe 'to each his own', but I would like to be able to have a news module that allowed multiple authors to only submit news in their assigned group's topic, such as 'News from the First Baptist Church' without having to grant them administrative privileges.
It would also be nice to limit the access to the topics by group membership, so that the news module could be used for prayer chains, private group news.
The desktop client would also need to be configurable to only allow members to get updates on their desktop.

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